Dishes that are small in size but big in flavor are among the trendiest today. Whether you call them appetizers, tapas, small plates, dim sum or snacks, they promise the guest a varied tasting experience for a moderate tab and the operator a boost in traffic and profit. Examples range from familiar finger foods like onion rings, sliders and chicken wings to chef-driven creations based on ethnic vehicles like sates, spring rolls, and empanadas. Operators often find inspiration in Asian and ...
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